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You've been eating pizza wrong this whole time

Apparently, you've been eating pizza wrong this whole time. Breaking news, right? The Mirror has revealed three ways we've been making when eating a slice. And yes, it probably involves the debate you've had with your friends once or twice. 1. Pizza should be soft, "al dente". We knew that though, because who wants to eat a piece of stale cardboard? Yuck. 2. Don't hold it by the crust.
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